Some games are fun. Tag, checkers while others can be never ending or frustrating, Twister or Monopoly. But some games are downright dangerous. When a criminal sets you up to live or die...well, that's the most dangerous it can get!
Detective Emory must face down a challenger in a live or die game not of his choosing! In fact, he wasn't even supposed to be there but too bad, because this detective has all the skills to win!
Author Jules Adrienn's story features life and death moments, non-stop action and a sizzling romance. This is a book you won't want to put down! In the vein of Criminal Minds, Two Days to Die will keep you hooked from the first page!
Detective Gabriel Emory has muscle, smarts, and survivalist skills. Even better, he has gorgeous detective Anita Wolfe flying with him to an all-expenses-paid island vacation. Too bad it’s really an escaped convict’s game to punish those who put him in prison.
Now Gabriel must use all his skills to survive a race through a dangerous wilderness. But how does he save himself and Anita in a contest where only the winner lives? It’s a race for their lives, and it ends in two-days. Tick, tick, tick…
Martinez walked over to the bar. He picked up his cigarette, took a drag, and blew smoke toward the ceiling. “You have forty-eight hours. If no one wins, everyone and their family will be killed.” He pointed his cigarette at the Colombian. “This man will hunt you down and skin you alive. My men will do the same to your families.” He took another drag on his cigarette, walked over to the table, and tapped a finger on the map in front of Davis. “You have to cross twenty miles of wilderness in forty-eight hours or everyone dies. If you try to get off the island, you will be shot. If someone does escape, his or her family will be killed. There are no options. You’ll all experience the same hell you put me through when you made sure I had no place to turn—no one to trust.”
Martinez looked at his watch. He snapped his fingers, directing his men out of the lodge. The Colombian stayed put next to him as he looked over the group. “For now, enjoy yourselves,” he said, tapping his watch. “You’re my guests until seven a.m. tomorrow. After your long trip, I wanted to make sure you got some rest before the game and the killing begins.” He turned toward the door then stopped and looked back over his shoulder. “One more thing. I am the only person who can save your families. If something happens to me, all your families die. Have a good night.”
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